Your customers want to see all the details. Give it with aperture settings of f-11 or higher, and set your ISO as low as possible, preferably ISO 100. Choose an aperture value between 16 and 22 depending on the jewel or stone being photographed. You'll benefit from greater depth of field, better sharpness and better reproduction of details.
This is because you're focusing on a smaller part of your jewelry. However, the rest of the image will be blurry. To get sharpness all over the jewel, you'll have to use the software's automatic focus stacking technique (here's our tutorial dedicated to automatic focus stacking). Traditionally, jewelry photography requires a large studio setup done by professional photographers.
Whether you're a novice or an expert, you'll find that Canon's EOS Rebel T5 can compete with other cameras when it comes to jewelry photography. The truth is that there is no best camera for jewelry photography, since you can get amazing results with different camera equipment, as long as you know the results you are looking for. Unlike professional photo sessions, which require a lot of money, a great concept and a complex studio setup, the GemlightBox is a simple to connect and use jewelry photography solution that is not only portable, but also easy to use and requires no technical knowledge.